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Rams Fall at Regional Team Dual Finals

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Last night Glenwood traveled to Southeast Polk for Class 3A Regional Team Duals.


#11 Glenwood (14-2) took on #24 Indianola (11-8) in the first dual. Glenwood won 64-9 over Indianola. The Rams recorded seven wins by Fall. Brett Mower set the tone early with a Fall over Hunter VanderWaal in 55 seconds at 160 lbs. Glenwood also had Cole Mayberry, Kenny Lampman, Isaac Bales, Caleb Sanders, Trevor Anderson and Jordan Renshaw get wins by Fall.

Football Gives Six Rams Opportunity at the Next Level

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Bright and early six Glenwood Rams would sign to continue their academic and football careers at the next level.


Keegan Roenfeld signed to attend Waldorf

Cody Sorenson signed to attend Morningside

Dillon Wiser signed to attend Morningside

Cody Buresh signed to attend Buena Vista University

Andrew Blum signed to attend Northwest Missouri State

Glenwood Individuals Qualify for State Swim Meet

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Last weekend Glenwood had two swimmers qualify for the 2018 IHSAA State Swimming Meet.

Junior Mason Parks qualified for the 200 yard freestyle with a time of 1:45.93. Park has the 14th best qualifying time out of the twenty-four entrees. Mason Parks also qualified for the 100 yard freestyle with a time of 48.2. Park qualified the 11th fastest time in the 100 yard freestyle. Mason also joined Zach Shudak, Jackson Allmon and Bryce Griffin to qualify for the 400 yard freestyle relay with a time of 3:19.19.

Titans Give Rams First Loss Of Season

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Coach Haynes Recap - 7th Grade Girls Basketball took the show on the road to Lewis Central for a rematch against the Titans!  A tough, physical, competitive game was played between both teams.  Glenwood entered into halftime down by 9 and had trailed by as much as 12 at one point in the first half but fought back to be down by only 1 at the end of the 3rd quarter.  Unfortunately, foul trouble took over and the girls started to run out of steam, losing to LC by 8, to drop to 8-1 on the season.  In the B-game, the Lady Rams played some of their best team basketball of the season and led for l

Hopp Continues to Impress as Rams Stay Undefeated

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Coach Haynes Recap- 7th Grade Girls Basketball took on the Clarinda Cardinals last night in Clarinda.  The girls had a solid game, winning 41-8 to improve to 8-0 on the season.  8 Rams scored last night, led by Jenna H. with 19 points and Kate. H with 8.  Ryley N. scored 4 points and Hallee L, Molly W., Delaney H., Carissa G., and Kylee R. all scored 2 each. In the B-game, the girls ended up losing to the Clarinda A-team 4 to 10.  Ashley W. and Jessica S. each scored 2 points. The girls are back in action at Lewis Central on Thursday.

Glenwood Sweeps Creston

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A twenty-three point first quarter gave the Rams a 23-11 lead against the Creston Panthers. Junior Christian Stanislav had a great first half as the Rams took the lead into halftime 43-25. Stanislav ended the first half with seventeen points. Creston’s Kylan Smallwood tried to bring the Panthers back in the third quarter but the Rams held on to their 64-45 lead after three quarters. Christian Stanislav ended the third with twenty-three points for the Rams while Kylan Smallwood finished the third with twenty-seven.

Rams Look to Bounce Back After Two Friday Losses

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Last Friday the girls basketball team hosted the undefeated Lewis Central Titans. Lewis Central defeated the Rams 72-33 behind seventeen points by Maegan Holt. The boys basketball team traveled into a hostile environment and was defeated by Omaha Skutt 67-58. Nate Mohr lead all scorers with twenty-two points as the Rams dropped their second game of the season.

Tonight the girls basketball team will travel to face Creston. The Panthers are currently 7-10 overall and 1-7 in the conference. Creston is coming off a 47-52 loss against St. Albert.


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